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Gas and oil companies have dotted Fidel Candelavia’s ranch with wells despite his attempts to stop it.

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Gas and oil companies have dotted Fidel Candelavia’s ranch with wells despite his attempts to stop it.

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Gas and oil companies have dotted Fidel Candelavia’s ranch with wells despite his attempts to stop it.

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Gas and oil companies have dotted Fidel Candelavia’s ranch with wells despite his attempts to stop it.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Activity by energy companies, especially road building on Pauline McCauley’s ranch near Farmington, New Mexico has let to a sharp drop in her sheep herd.

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Ranchers at Blancett Ranch move cattle around well pads created for coal bed mining activity.

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Ranchers at Blancett Ranch move cattle around well pads created for coal bed mining activity.

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Ranchers at Blancett Ranch move cattle around well pads created for coal bed mining activity.

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Ranchers at Blancett Ranch move cattle around well pads created for coal bed mining activity.

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Ranchers at Blancett Ranch move cattle around well pads created for coal bed mining activity.

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Ranchers at Blancett Ranch move cattle around well pads created for coal bed mining activity.

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Ranchers at Blancett Ranch move cattle around well pads created for coal bed mining activity.

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Ranchers move cattle through a compressor station on their Bureau of Land Management grazing allotment in Aztec, New Mexico.

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Ranchers move cattle through a compressor station on their Bureau of Land Management grazing allotment in Aztec, New Mexico.

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Ranchers move cattle through a compressor station on their Bureau of Land Management grazing allotment in Aztec, New Mexico.

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A farmer’s son lies down in a pile or recently-harvested corn kernals on a farm in Nebraska.

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A farmer’s son lies down in a pile or recently-harvested corn kernals on a farm in Nebraska.

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A farmer’s son lies down in a pile or recently-harvested corn kernals on a farm in Nebraska.

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A bucket of recently-harvested corn from a Nebraska farm.

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A bucket of recently-harvested corn from a Nebraska farm.

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Cowboys at the Johnson Ranch (on and near the shores of Bear Lake) near Laketown, Utah.

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The Johnson Ranch (on and near the shores of Bear Lake) near Laketown, Utah.

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The Johnson Ranch (on and near the shores of Bear Lake) near Laketown, Utah.

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The Johnson Ranch (on and near the shores of Bear Lake) near Laketown, Utah.

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The Johnson Ranch (on and near the shores of Bear Lake) near Laketown, Utah.

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